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[texts]A review of the Late canvass and R. Wickliffe's speech on the "Negro law", September 25, 1840 - Clay, Cassius Marcellus, 1810-1903
The "Negro Law" was an 1833 statute forbidding the further importation of slaves into Kentucky. Cassius Clay, a Whig, refused to support repeal of this act, also known as the Non-Importation Act, while Robert Wickliffe wanted to repeal the act and to expand the traffic in slaves
Keywords: Wickliffe, Robert, 1775-1859; Slavery; Slavery
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